Dr Kat McRae
Senior Heritage Consultant
Dr Kat McRae has over 10 years of experience working as a professional archaeologist and heritage consultant. She holds a Bachelor of Arts(Honours) and PhD in Near Eastern archaeology from the University of Sydney.
Kat has worked extensively on Aboriginal and historical archaeological sites throughout NSW, and as a contractor of several research projects throughout the Middle East and Mediterranean (including Cyprus, Jordan, Syria, Iran, the United Arab Emirates and Armenia). Kat specialises in historical research and the preparation of archaeological assessments, heritage impact statements, research designs and conservation management plans. She has contributed to the archaeological assessment of several state significant sites in NSW. Previously, Kat has worked as a lecturer and tutor for the University of Sydney, Canberra University and the Centre for Continuing Education, teaching Near Eastern archaeology and practical archaeological skills.
Kat specialises in historical research, archaeological illustration, and mapping. She is highly skilled in the preparation of archaeological assessments, heritage impact statements, research designs, and conservation management plans, and has contributed to the archaeological assessment of several state significant sites in NSW.
‘Archaeology is an exciting and ever-evolving field of research. I love discovering new insights into our past and working with stakeholders to achieve positive heritage outcomes.’
PhD in Education, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Sydney